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Reviewed 5 June 2014

We thought we had been dropped off at the wrong place! there is no hotel entrance just a wooden door. 3 flights up via a quirky lift and we reached the small reception. Room was modern clean, and a good size (3 adults) Our room was literally right into the breakfast room, so we could hear everything from 7.30. Also next door room flushing loo and conversation! Breakfast is basic, not brilliant and the seating is extremely squashed, although we could have taken a tray to the room - it was next door! Despite this, as we were out all day, the position is perfect for all sights (very close to spanish steps and Trevi fountain) I would stay here again, but would ask for a different room!. Few lights not working, corrected straight away. The battery on the safe was flat and this did not get corrected.

Room Tip: Don't be on the 2nd floor near the breakfast room
  • Stayed: June 2014, travelled with family
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1  Thank Jane M
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Reviewed 14 December 2013

We loved to stay at the Residenza Ludovisi. We went there with our family and stayed for 4 days.
The staff at the reception was very helpful, kins and spoke very good english. Our room was on the 3rd floor, it was cleaned, spacious and the style was very modern and nice. It had evrything we needed and it was very confortable. The breakfast room is very cozy, but the breakfast is very good, they even bake caks everyday for the guests. The location is beautiful. We loved it and we loved Rome and hopefuly we are going to go back soon.

  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank GabLew
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Reviewed 7 November 2013

We were excited about staying here and when we arrived to check in they told us they were full.
We were shocked. They then had us go to Residenza Borghese. The older gentlemen saw us
with all our luggage and felt sorry for us so he paid our cab. Not a great first impression.
The room at the Borghese was adequate but no wireless only in their office where one of the gentlemen at the desk was down right arrogant. The female was lovely. We thought some sort
of breakfast was included again disappointment. No real coffee. Make your own instant. They
bring breakfasat to your room if you call. A dry piece of bread and banana. Oops the only thing we ate was a yogurt they had in the refrig every day. One one per person per day. We weren't looking for much just a cup of hot coffee and roll.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank Lubomyra
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Reviewed 3 November 2013

My boyfriend and I stayed here for a short get away, even though we were only using the room to sleep in it was a little bit of a disappointment. Firstly it was VERY hard to find, there was only a tiny note on a buzzer which took us ten times to wall up and down the street to find. Once we got into the building it was not the warmest of welcomes. The man on reception was rude and demanded money straight away and said they had emailed us earlier int he day and that we should have known this (we were on a plane therefore could not read our emails).

Our room fro the outside looked like a storage cupboard, there was no room number and the lock didnt look too safe. The room itself was clean and had everything we needed, the bathrooms was kind of shoved in the corner with two very thin walls to hide it. We had a small balcony which was nice to look out from, and there was black out blinds and a tv. You could pay for sky tv, but the 'free' wifi was not accessible from our room, you had to sit at reception.

However the good points where that it was clean, had a reliable safe, and was serviced regularly. A downside was that the walls are very thin and our room was right outside were breakfast was served so we had very early wake up calls.

This hotel is great if you literally just want somewhere to rest your head after a long day of being a tourist, however for anything longer than a couple of nights I would not recommend it.

  • Stayed: September 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank dobpool123
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Reviewed 29 October 2013

We almost couldn't find the hotel. It is on the third floor of an old apartment building served by a 60 year old lift (elevator). There is no sign at all that there is a hotel in the building. When you get up to "reception" there is one person sitting at a table to receive you. However the staff were very friendly and helpful. Breakfast is basic at best with 2 cereals, buns and tea or coffee. We stayed twice having pre-booked and paid otherwise we would have upgraded. The first room was very small with a broken shower door preventing us washing our hair. Our second room was bigger but very basic with a bed,one chair and a vinyl floor. There is free wifi but reception is minimal in rooms not close to the "reception desk".
However it is very well located, near the Spanish Steps and walking distance from other attractions. Friendly staff but not many services.

Room Tip: Make sure you get one of their larger rooms and don't expect luxury, there isn't any.
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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Thank 261Richard
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